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Arsenal
a) A weapons storehouse. b) A cabinet. c) A person who sets fires. d) A storehouse for the government's gold coins.
Federal System
a) A system of government in which the power to govern is shared by the national and the state governme b) A form of government in which people elect representatives to run the government. c) The branch of government that makes the laws. d) A system of government in which the power to federalize the national branch with the state branch.
Republic
a) A form of government in which people elect representatives to run the government. b) A form of government in which the power to govern is shared. c) A form of government to be reckoned with. d) A form of government in which people elect republicans only.
Compromise
a) To give up some of what you want in order to reach an agreement. b) To give every member of a society a piece of land. c) To give up some of your electoral votes for reserved powers. d) To give up the right to vote to become a part of the Cabinet.
Bill
a) An idea for a new law. b) An idea for a new currency. c) An idea for one hundred pennies. d) An idea for decorating the White House.
Ratify
a) To approve. b) To compromise. c) To unionize. d) To impeach.
Federalists
a) Citizens who were in favor of ratifying the Constitution. b) Citizens who were against ratification of the Constitution. c) Citizens who accuse a government official of a crime. d) Citizen who were in favor of ratifying naturalization.
Anti-Federalists
a) Citizens who were against ratification of the Constitution. b) Citizens who were in favor of ratifying the Constitution. c) Citizens who were against compromising the republic. d) Citizens who were against ratification of the Federal System.
Due Process of Law
a) The principle that guarantees that people have the right to a fair trial by jury. b) The principle that accuses people in a fair trial. c) The principle that guarantees that people have the right to a fair electoral college. d) The principle that guarantees that people have the right to a jury of justices.
Reserved Powers
a) Authority that belongs to the states or to the people. b) Authority that belongs to the Cabinet of the people. c) Authority that is reserved for Federalists. d) Authority that belongs to the Anti-Federalists.
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